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Party positions on Climate Safe Streets – get out and vote on Thursday!

The local elections are now just a few days away. We've asked all of the parties to sign up to our Climate Safe Streets asks (which you can read here). Our view is that these are the minimum that Lambeth needs to do to maintain momentum towards the London Cycling Campaigns Climate Safe Streets plan. … Continue reading Party positions on Climate Safe Streets – get out and vote on Thursday!

Green Party backs Climate Safe Streets

The Lambeth Green Party have made a solid pledge of support for our Climate Safe Streets asks, which you can read below. You can view their full manifesto here Alongside the retrofitting and insulation of homes, reducing road transport emissions across the borough is essential to help tackle the climate and ecological emergency. The climate … Continue reading Green Party backs Climate Safe Streets

Council leader backs Climate Safe Streets

Our Climate Safe Streets campaign has taken an important step forward with unambiguous backing from Lambeth Labour in the form of a statement from the current leader of Lambeth council, Cllr Claire Holland. You can read the full statement below and show YOUR support for Climate Safe Streets. The full detail of the Lambeth Cyclists … Continue reading Council leader backs Climate Safe Streets

Action to make streets safer and healthier is STILL popular

This is an updated version of an article we posted in October 2021. We have updated it with new polling and have a new paper Have LTNs affected election results - must-read for candidates in the 5 May 2022 elections. Low traffic neighbourhoods and and ‘active travel’ schemes have been in the news a lot … Continue reading Action to make streets safer and healthier is STILL popular

Support making more LTNs permanent

Lambeth council has launched consultations on making two more of the low traffic neighbourhoods introduced last year permanent - those in the Streatham Hill and Tulse Hill areas. Respond now If you live, work or travel in these areas we hope you will support making these permanent.  Streatham Hill survey Tulse Hill survey We have … Continue reading Support making more LTNs permanent